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to be the only store open all night long. >> katie: coming up. i-team takes on a south bay intersection. dan noyes looks into the problem and we are continuing to track the storm as more rainfalls into the area. this is live doppler and you can see the rain falling just about everywhere making its way from north to south. we'll have your forecast coming up. >> katie: good morning to all of you, you are looking live at emeryville this morning, i don't need to tell you, it is raining on the lens and also 56 degrees. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the storm to let you know where and when the rain is falling today. >>> a san jose parent is worried that children walking to school in her neighborhood will get hurt dodging cars in a busy intersection. the problem is in the seven trees neighborhood in south san jose where there are five schools near the intersection. i-team dan noyes has the story. >>> neighborhood children try to navigate and anxious line of commuters near center road and easy street where there is no crosswalk. >> the cars aren't even stopping to let us cross the street. if
temperatures tomorrow morning. >> katie: thank you. with this rain moving out. the evidence can be found at bay area reservoirs. most or at or nearing capacity. live from los gatos, what is the situation there. >> reporter: the lexington revenue is at 60% capacity. we haven't seen a showing for the last two hours. this is the largest rain water reservoir in the santa clara water valley district. if you take a look across the bay area, this is actually one of the least full when compared to others. we have video from marin county from yesterday, water once upon a time had been rationed in that county but now the reservoir is full and overflowing. same thing for tempe dam. water is rushing in the alpine lake below it. reservoirs usually don't top off until april. >> it's so full. last year at some point this was not like this. >> all of our rest advisories have reached capacity. that is the earliest since 1983. >> public utilities commission says its reservoirs are at 39% capacity. in the east bay, mud's five reservoirs is at 85%. officials say the yuba reservoir is expected to overflow this week
a string of dry and mild afternoons ahead but also rain returns mid-week. >> katie: new this morning, an explosion in pleasant hill leads police to three teenagers who they say had a second dangerous device with them. here is video of what happened. >> reporter: authorities say that someone could have died had they come in contact with the second pipe bomb you mentioned. here is video of what happened when the bomb squad encountered the pipe bomb. you just heard authorities detonate the pipe bomb before it did widespread damage. police received calls of an explosion. they arrived to find a mailbox had been destroyed. neighbors saw a red suv leave the neighborhood and officers spotted that suv in the parking lot of the high school. police quickly realized those teens in that suv had plans to do even more damage. >> the investigation determined that the people in the suv that were involved mailbox explosion and then they had another pipe bomb in the truck. bomb squad came out, rendered the pipe bomb safe and three juveniles were taken into custody as a result. >> reporter: police say t
i'm katie marzullo. it is 6:00 a.m. first quick look at the weather as we are in the middle of a big storm. >> lisa: we're talking about thunderstorms moving through parts of the south bay, heavy rain in san jose. here is a look at the east bay. right in between, we're looking at the light rain and heavier rain up in the north bay. let's take a look at live doppler. delta through vallejo, lucas valley road and very heavy rain into the south bay. right now. heart of the system bringing gusty winds from 20-50 miles an hour. with some of this heavy rain, looking at the lightning a, as well. authorities of sonoma, east of napa, american canyon out to vacaville, it's a nasty time of it. a little brit of break in san francisco and down through 280 and 101, you have nothing but light to moderate rain and into the east bay from walnut creek and heavier cell right here pushing out of richmond. watch out 580, you are looking at heavy rain right there. take a look at south bay, blossom hill road, san jose, almaden expressway, it is really coming down, down around watsonville a break. w
flooding for our area tomorrow. we'll be tracking that coming up in a little bit. >> katie: coverage in the south bay, wet, windy weather has made its way after drenching the north bay. live in los gatos and you were in san mateo earlier this morning, tell us how the drive is and how the new location compares. >> our drive from san mateo to los gatos was a steady pouring down rain, but it wasn't very heavy. we had the wind khial wipers on the whole time. very slick conditions on the road. but now we're here in los gatos the rain is much lighter than it was. it's moving toward the central coast. highway 17 is slick. we passed one of those electronic traffic signs and it said reduce speed. handful of cars but they are not reducing their speed but hopefully people will be careful out there. we have video from san mateo where it was deluge this morning pouring rain a, who are piston dal rain that -- horizontal rain that was making rain standing water. there was a lot of standing water. as the sun starts to rise. the light of day appears, it seems the vein disappearing. again you'll need
warnings to the rivers of the north bay. very gusty winds that is behind us by tomorrow afternoon. >> katie: the roads are certainly slippery out there. there is a severe traffic alert on northbound 280 before the 101. there is an injury accident there. we understand the two left lanes are blocked. if you are driving you are advised to avoid that area. no estimated time right now as to when the roadways reopen. this is north 280 before 101 due to an injury accident in the roadway. we don't know for sure whether or not that is weather-related but it's a decent guess. as lisa mentioned there is a flood warning in effect near the napa river and further south there is flood watches as water levels continued to rise. live in petaluma with one body of water as an example. >> reporter: good morning. i just wanted to mention, here it's been raining steadily for the last hour and a half here. just behind us, this was emptied on thursday. those heavy rains helped fill it. the light rains today are helping keep it full and it's happening all over sonoma county. take a look at video we have from guerne
about the human condition. >> picking up the pieces. former tv correspondent and author katy martin on life after loss. it is sunday, november 9th. great to see you. i'm susan hendricks in today for randi kaye. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we begin with a developing story. hugo chavez aflouncing his cancer has come back. >> translator: i amteling you the malignantcells have come back. we have decided it is absolutely necessary and absolutely essential to undergo another surgery. >> chavez also spoke publicly about a successor for the first time, saying his vice president should replace him in his health worsens. chavez has been seeking treatment for cancer throughout the year and plans to undergo surgery there. >>> egyptians woke up skeptical about the latest move by president morsi. he says he's cancel most of the sweeping powers he krecently decreed for himself. critics call his change of heart a farce. that power grab led to rioting in the streets. morsi says he's pushing ahead with the referendum of draft constitutions but opponents say it's virtually shut them out
toward returning traditional pro union stronghold into a right to work stay katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with the latest. >> reporter: to bring this home, california is not a right to work state. unions here can make workers join and pay dues. michigan going in the opposite direction, less than two hours ago the house passed right to work legislation, affecting public sector workers they passed it 58-51. representatives had already ok'd second bill focusing on private sector employees the senate approved both last week. with thousands circling outside the capitol in lansing, and another 2,000 plus inside, the michigan house has approved the second of two contentious right to work bills that weaken union power in the pro labor state. worker reaction was swift and angry. >> getting lied to, with we done like it. >> reporter: if and when legislation clears the governor's desk, michigan will be the 24th right to work state that means nonunion employs won't be forced to pay unions for services. backers say it will bring more jobs to michigan and give workers free some. >> they
. let's go to cnbc contributor keith boykins, and katy pavlich. you know what i heard today? mr. boehner might accept more tax revenues, but he's going to insist for his own caucus to get it through the house republicans much -- and i emphasize much deeper spending cuts and much deeper entitlement cuts. do you think that's what this meeting was all about? >> i think it could have been what the meeting was all about. i think that we're getting down to the wire here. president obama doesn't want to cancel his hawaii vacation, and harry reid's threatening to keep congress in session, again, for the third year, fourth year in a row. that could have been one of the things they talked about. but at this point, i'm not quite sure if boehner can really get a deeper spending cut deal. i think the most he's going to be able to get is a promise. >> keith boykin, the other thing when i was down in washington yesterday, on the phone with all these guys, is that basically the republicans are going to cave in. basically they're going to cut their losses. basically it's a strategic retreat, that's what
in the connecticut school shooting. school psychologist mary sherlock was the mother of katy. she and the principle have been praised for trying to stop the gunman in the front office of the school. the georgetown community is raising money now to help katy. >> virginia governor bob mcdonnell would like to discuss army teachers. if someone at sandy hook had been armed, he says there would not have been -- there would've been an opportunity to stop this person. he has created a task force that will provide for budget proposals to address this and needs for school safety. it was an emotional gathering outside the capitol this morning where family members and accident victims read the names of their deceased loved ones. the brady campaign to prevent gun violence held the conference. after they read the names, they delivered a letter to go congress and the white house calling on an end to violence in america. >> dick's sporting goods is making big changes in the wake of the school shooting. >> brianne carter this is in the newsroom with details. >> after the mass shooting in connecticut, the company sa
duchess of cambridge is feeling as she remains hospitalized for severe morning sickness. katie marzullo is live with the latest on royal baby watch. >> reporter: the pwfrbgs bc's royal correspondent -- the bbc's royal correspondent has tweeted she is feeling better. she will be in the hospital for a couple of days. first thing this morning prince william caught on tape walking quickly into the london hospital where his wife is being treated for acute morning sickness. painful way to kickoff pregnancy giving so much pleasure to everyone else. >> when the economy is tough and times are a little tough this is news that cheers everyone up. >> british love her, it makes everybody a little happier. >> reporter: since the day they got engaged they've been talking about the importance of family. >> be able to have a happy family ourselves. >> reporter: the when was off the table when prince william sat down with katie couric in may. >> is there anything you would like to tell me? >> tight lips. >> reporter: kate toasting with water in september. last week prince william happy accepting a onesie
hospitalized for severe morning sickness. katie marzullo is live with the latest on royal baby watch. >> reporter: the pwfrbgs bc's royal correspondent -- the bbc's royal correspondent has tweeted she is feeling better. she will be in the hospital for a couple of days. first thing this morning prince william caught on tape walking quickly into the london hospital where his wife is being treated for acute morning sickness. painful way to kickoff pregnancy giving so much pleasure to everyone else. >> when the economy is tough and times are a little tough this is news that cheers everyone up. >> british love her, it makes everybody a little happier. >> reporter: since the day they got engaged they've been talking about the importance of family. >> be able to have a happy family ourselves. >> reporter: the when was off the table when prince william sat down with katie couric in may. >> is there anything you would like to tell me? >> tight lips. >> reporter: kate toasting with water in september. last week prince william happy accepting a onesie. the clues were there, if you knew where to
jennings. i was caught in that with thousands when the golden gate bridge was shutdown. katie marzullo was also in that big mess. it was really bad northbound. >> reporter: it was. we were stuck in it as well. take a look now, northbound and southbound traffic on the golden gate bridge moving freely in both directions would have been a sight for sore eyes something commuters this morning probably never thought they would see again as they sat in bumper-to-bumper traffic. video from sky 7 hd if you can see through the thick fog and rain this morning, two white cars in the far right lanes of northbound traffic at vista point, they hit, head-on. miraculously chp says own minor injuries they couldn't tell me how many were injured. they cannot confirm bad weather played a role. you can see how low visibility was and how slick the roads were. now look at the toll on the bridge this is the tallout. this accident happened after -- this is the fallout accident happened after 8:00 this morning traffic complete stop northbound for at least one hour two lanes of southbound traffic closed as well,
they think. we have the columnist for the hill and former dnc communications director katie pavlitz. and mr. greenhaus is going to stay with us. all right, katie. first of all, obama basically said in ten days we can get a deal, it sounds like a small deal, 250,000 is the middle class threshold after mr. boehner's plan "b" got defeated. is such a thing possible? or will we have to wait until the new year? >> we're probably going to have to wait until the new year, unless, of course, president obama comes back with this new plan -- the original plan that he had, which as you mentioned the $250,000 threshold. the fact is that boehner and obama's proposals really aren't that far apart right now. president obama wants $1 trillion in new taxes, john boehner has said he's willing to give $1 trillion. obama said he wants $800 billion in spending cuts, same thing for boehner. but the difference comes with the once again, the tax threshold. president obama originally said he would be willing to go with the $400,000 tax threshold. and as boehner said going off obama's words, he was willing to do it a
. [crowd cheering] >> katie! >> hey, wendy. how are you? sit. so nice to have you here. >> i almost tumbled on top of you there. i would have crushed you. hi, everybody. how you doing? >> how you doing? so, listen, you're known for your fabulous hair... >> yes. >> and i know an amazing collection of wigs, which we have some of them here today. but you also brought some pictures with you, which shows everyone your hair before you started wearing wigs. >> yes. you know, i grew up in new jersey. i do have hair. i have very long hair. it's probably the same length of this wig that i have on right now-- about 18 inches. but it's very thin. what pictures do you have? >> ha ha. "we have pictures." we have early pictures of you with your hair before you started wearing wigs where you felt comfortable with your hair. >> well, it was also, i was a little girl. >> right. but, look, we have those pictures... >> and in the argyle sweater. that's my senior year in high school. >> cute. bangs even. >> the one in the middle is me at my college graduation. and the one all the way is when i was 10 years old.
with you and katie couric and joy behar. >> tomorrow night i will be on current tv and do comics with benefits with joy behar and colin quinn and it is tomorrow at 9:00 on current. next wednesday i will be on the year with katie couric. it is on at 9:30 on abc. we talk about everything that happened in 2012. >> cool. >> i have to work. i have to eat. >> i just want to be on the bus with greg. >> you will be on the bus with me. >> i must waive. tonight. >> the only thing left for barack obama to do is to work on third world dictator and put all these guys in jail. >> bill: harry bell fonty is talking about me your humble correspondent and others secular progressive agenda. continuing the far left on the march ♪ you belong with me ♪ you belong with me ♪ girls were undeniable ♪ we got it on top. >> bill: young singers taylor smith and perry. >> define the fiscal cliff for me. >> some imaginary cliff somewhere in my mind that we are all going to jump ooff of. >> bill: jesse watters quizes the folks about the intense budget debate. >> we're going to go off the cliff on january
trying to stop him from going on his rampage. her daughter, katie, is studying at georgetown university. >> darcy spencer now shows us how the university is pulling together to help had katie and her family. darcy? >> reporter: katie sherlach was with her fell opponent students when she learned of the shoot ing at the school. in georgetown they are collecting money as a way to support her. >> it was really, really difficult, as you can imagine. >> reporter: katie sherlach and her fellow researchers were in the chemistry lab when news broke there had been a shooting at sandy hook elementary in newtown. that's where her mom worked as a psychologist. the professor who runs the lab says everyone was hoping for the best. >> it was clear it is a day went on and what we heard nothing from her mom and the news kept getting worse and worse that it could be very bad news. >> reporter: the doctoral student would later learn her mother, mary, was among the dead and lost her life heroically trying to save children from the murderous rampage. >> you work with someone as closely as katie has worked wi
are doing because they're willing to put the time in. katie ladel was absolutely correct. the cac so far has been nothing but a public sounding board. we have taken the public so you wouldn't have to here in a way to be very truthful but that should not be its purpose, and it is my hope and i have been talking to katie and others on it at least come january we will start to function as actually advisory group and i think we can do so and i believe we can do so very effectively. there has been a misconception what a fiscal pleasablity study actually is. i know this from the large volume of email conversations i've had as well as a number of private conversations including some this morning next door in pier one at the port's affair breakfast this morning. people do not understand what it is, either commissioner katdz or sue hester can correct me but i believe it was put in place by then supervisor aaron peskin as a baseline so the city on large projects can say this can pencil out or can't. it should stop some fly by night stuff people tried to propose and it serves that purpose. it'
it to the commission secretary as you come up. please identify yourself. the first person is katie ladel -- >> excuse me commissioner. we need a motion first. >> so moved. >> second. >> now we will have public comment. >> okay. thank you. good afternoon commissioners. i am the chair of the cac and i'm not speaking on behalf of them because i don't know them all. that's i didn't am here. jennifer gave us the feasibility report on the 16th but we didn't get a chance talk about it. in fact we have never had a chance to talk about anything and that's the problem. we have had three meetings and long and mainly presentations that we listen and there is public comment and a few cac comments and we all go home, so this morning i went to the cac annual breakfast hoping to meet other members just because i don't know them so we haven't had a chance to chat and discuss the fiscal feasibility study. i invited them to a meeting on sunday and being a bad day and six of us showed up, but we need time to look at this fiscal feasibility study. some of us that have met have issues. we have questions. we woul
this for any residual delays. >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo newsroom on royal baby watch. kate middleton still in the hospital suffering from extreme morning sickness. what it means for her health and what it could say about the pregnancy. >>> typhoon barrel across the philippines, next the deadly toll it has taken and massive damage it is causing. you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con no view, no touch trap snaps to kill instantly. no looking, no touching. d-con. get out. >>> good morning, 4:42. live look at i-80 in berkeley, headlights heading west traffic moving just fine right now the roads are dry there, there is the chance for sprinkles. mike will explain who might get it today and we the rest of us will get it, all coming up. >>> severe weather related news breaking news out of the philippines a powerful typhoon hit the region 27 people are dead, typhoon bopha slammed into the region triggering landslides, winds 110 miles an hour one of the strongest storms to hit that area in decades. more than 50,000 have left their coastal homes headed for higher ground. the same ar
the final step toward returning traditional pro union stronghold into a right to work stay katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with the latest. >> reporter: to bring this home, california is not a right to work state. unions here can make workers join and pay dues. michigan going in the opposite direction, less than two hours ago the house passed right to work legislation, affecting public sector workers they passed it 58-51. representatives had already ok'd second bill focusing on private sector employees the senate approved both last week. with thousands circling outside the capitol in lansing, and another 2,000 plus inside, the michigan house has approved the second of two contentious right to work bills that weaken union power in the pro labor state. worker reaction was swift and angry. >> getting lied to, with we done like it. >> reporter: if and when legislation clears the governor's desk, michigan will be the 24th right to work state that means nonunion employs won't be forced to pay unions for services. backers say it will bring more jobs to michigan and give workers free some.
bay, maybe you in the south bay, you can see katie marzullo at santana row or the peninsula into san francisco at union square this morning it is amy hollyfield. now, we are kicking off the share your holiday food drive to let you know how you can help others in need during this season. bring your food down to us at the stations, we will take it and donate it to the proper places. also, if you come down and meet us in person, there's some prizes, ravel -- raffle prizes. 5:30, santana row, union square and here at broadway plaza in walnut creek. >>> you at home can take part in the food drive-by calling: 1-877-525-3775 or text feed to 80077 to donate $10. we'll be going back to mike as well as amy hollyfield and katie marzullo. >>> we are continuing to follow breaking news from the south bay, truck plowed into an apartment here is a live picture of that pick-up truck, police on scene abc7 news was first to report, a child was sleeping in bed when that pick-up truck slammed into the room. she is at the hospital now and we'll stay on top of this for you. >>> vicious crime in east bay ne
, no matter how bad we feel or how tempted we are, katie cannot know that we kissed. >> bill: she's not gonna hear it from me. >> taylor: (sighs) >> brooke: we have to forget that it even happened. >> bill: that, i won't be able to do. >> katie: it's dangerous to leave me alone. >> taylor: (sighs) why is that? >> katie: since you've been gone, i've bought out a baby store. >> taylor: making up
of the deadly connecticut school tragedy. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: lawmakers are asking for everything from military protection on school campuses to bans on weapons and ammunition. a single message of safety from many voices. with 20 elementary school children and six educators shot to death with a semi-automatic rifle in connecticut, president obama is taking steps to reduce gun violence. >> the president: i've asked the vice president to lead an effort to includes members of my cabinet and outside organizations to come up with a set of concrete proposals, no later than january, propose 5s that i intend to push without delay. -- >> reporter: lawmakers made their own proposals, nancy pelosi and fellow house democrats are calling for the swift passage of a bill which would ban assault magazines. representative mccarthy of new york who lost her husband and merely lost her son to gun violence echoes the president's sentiments now is the time to act. >> this time it is different. you know the time is different because there's so much anger. when you talk to peopl
'm katie patricione, they did issue budget projections last week for the next two year fiscal period, 13-14 and 14-15. the mayor's office is currently projecting a 263 million dollar deficit for that two year period and that shortfall results from approximately 344 million dollars in known cost increases which is offset by 81 million dollars in estimated revenue growth over the same period. as always, this gap will have to be closed by the time the mayor submits his report, general funding departments reduced our budget, our general fund support by 3% over the next two fiscal years and they've asked us to make a 1 and a half percent cut in 13-14 and a 1 and a half percent cost in 14-15, the budget reduction targets that we received from the mayor's budget office are 465 thousand dollar reduction next year and a 558 thousand dollar reduction the next year, so in the scope of the budget reduction that they have received over the last three or four years, this is eminently manageable. two years ago, we were asked to make a 20% budget cut, so this is something that feels like we can accomp
the word about warning signs. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: u.s. attorney general eric holder is heading to newtown this afternoon he with will meet with first responders and law enforcement officials after he meets vice president biden who today is embarking on his new mission to reduce gun violence. memorial of flowers, candles and signs continues to grow in newton, not the most vivid reminder. that is the continuous procession of hearses driven through town hour after hour, day after day. the mother nancy lanza will not be buried in newtown her arrangements are being made out of state. cnn is reporting the day before she died she return from a luxury resort in new hampshire. friends tell cnn in recent years nancy felt comfortable leaving adam home alone. home is where he phone the weapons he would use to kill his mother, 20 elementary school children and six teachers and faculty. vice presidented by charged with finding solutions to gun violence today he seeks input from law enforcement officials from afternoon the country. a new group is advocating for what it
. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: u.s. attorney general eric holder is heading to newtown this afternoon he with will meet with first responders and law enforcement officials after he meets with vice president biden who today is embarking on his new mission to reduce gun violence. memorial of flowers, candles and signs continues to grow in newton, not the most vivid reminder. that is the continuous procession of hearses driven through town hour after hour, day after day. the mother nancy lanza will not be buried in newtown her arrangements are being made out of state. cnn is reporting the day before she died she return from a luxury resort in new hampshire. friends tell cnn in recent years nancy felt comfortable leaving adam home alone. home is where he phone the weapons he would use to kill his mother, 20 elementary school children and six teachers and faculty. vice presidented by charged with finding solutions to gun violence today he seeks input from law enforcement officials from afternoon the country. a new group is advocating for what it calls sensible gun
. that is our report. m >> today on "katie," the television debut of broadway hit "annie." >> come on, sandy! >> everyone's favorite hard-life orphans are back. katie: there's only one person missing. who is that? >> annie! >> after a search a new red-headed star is born. >> ♪ tomorrow tomorrow i love you tomorrow ♪ >> plus, an "annie" trivia showdown. >> punjab. >> in your face! >> it's an "annie" all-star show. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheers and applause] katie: hi everyone! hi! so, hi everybody, welcome, have a seat. are you excited? because i am so excited today. i love musicals, and i love this brotherhood way musical in particular. you picked a fantastic day to be here in our audience. you're getting two shows for the price of one. actually our tickets are free, so even better. the new cast of "annie" is here, which is so exciting. [cheers and applause] it's their first national tv appearance, and the 35th anniversary revival opens on broadway november 8. we're giving you all a preview performance. it's one of the most beloved musicals ever, an
, no sign that president obama and congressional leaders are closer to a deal. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with a look at what missing the deadline could mean. >> reporter: the deadline is monday. just the prospect of missing it is causing problems for the economy. president obama has invited senate and house leaders to the white house this afternoon for last ditch negotiation. the house is holding an unusual session sunday. technical little, there's still time to strike a deal, but what if they don't? comedies 31st, more than 500 billion dollars in -- in tax increases and more than 100 billion dollars in government spending cuts are set to take effect. what happens january 1st, is less than certain. if congress and the president miss the deadline investors could panic sending the shakey stock market into a downward spiral. businesses and consumers could lose confidence and cutback on spending. a recession would not be immediate as long as all parties are working on a deal taxes and cuts could be kept at bay for a few weeks and repealed retroactively. if they never agree ta
at the white house today, no sign that president obama and congressional leaders are closer to a deal. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with a look at what missing the deadline could mean. >> reporter: the deadline is monday. just the prospect of missing it is causing problems for the economy. president obama has invited senate and house leaders to the white house this afternoon for last ditch negotiation. the house is holding an unusual session sunday. technical little, there's still time to strike a deal, but what if they don't? comedies 31st, more than 500 billion dollars in -- in tax increases and more than 100 billion dollars in government spending cuts are set to take effect. what happens january 1st, is less than certain. if congress and the president miss the deadline investors could panic sending the shakey stock market into a downward spiral. businesses and consumers could lose confidence and cutback on spending. a recession would not be immediate as long as all parties are working on a deal taxes and cuts could be kept at bay for a few weeks and repealed retroactively. if th
that is making this one special. >>> today on katie, special christmas eve show, military family separated because of the father's deployment. katie makes sure they will have a christmas to remember. [ inaudible ] . >>> in chile a volcano threatened to erupt has forced a red alert for yesterday the most severe alert in the warning system that volcano has people in nearby towns ready to leave. yesterday officials in several small towns made plans for possible mass evacuation. the geological and mining services evacuation at this time are not necessary. the last significant eruption was a dozen years ago. >> incredible pictures there. nothing as dramatic here today, lucky we've seen enough drama with the rain. >>> a break today, one day so far. good morning partly cloudy, temperatures in the mid 50s for most of us, upper 40s to low 50s at the coast, a little breezy from time to time. rain in socal where heading now, snow tapering in the sierra. good day to get up to the sierra, if you can. more snow is on the way tomorrow and wednesday when we get our rain they are going to get more snow. if
to be very chilly tomorrow and i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up. katie. >> francis, thank you. we are also keeping an eye on water level at bay area reservoirs which have been filling up rapidly with all the rain. many nearing capacity. we are live at lexington reservoir. how are things there? >> hi, katie. we are in a break right now from the rain. but as you mentioned, we are at lexington reservoir. it's right next to us, next to hay way 17. it's the largest rainwater reservoir in the santa clara valley water district and it's currently at 63% capacity. as you might guess, it's a different scene across the bay area. we have video from yesterday in marin county where water, if you can believe, was rationed once in the early '90s, but now the lake near mt. tam is full. it's overflowing. it's the a same for bon tempe dam. rushing water is cascadinger the top into alpine lake below. reservoirs don't typically top off until april. >> all of our reservoirs have reached capacity. that's the earliest that we have done that sense 1983. >> the earliest capacity reached in n
and democratic presidential candidate. and we welcome back katie paveli pavelich, author and news editor for townhall.com. listen to this poll from the latest cnbc all american survey. listen to this. americans are split over who is more to blame, 21% blame obama and the democrats. 23% blame the gop. and 52% blame both sides equally. now, i think that 52% is because howard dean wants to tax everyone. howard, defend your position. you may be single handedly bailing out the republican party by wanting to tax the middle class and everybody else. >> i'm just telling the truth, larry. i think senator paul is a fine person but his economic theory is whack job stuff. the idea -- we've already had big tax cuts. that's why we have the deficit we have. the truth is, if you want to balance the budget, which i do, you have to have increased revenues and you have significant spending cuts. and you have said many times on this program that raising taxes on rich people is not enough to deal with the deficit. you are right. the truth is, the best thing we could do is go over the fiscal cliff. we have th
for forgiveness. >> reporter: pat tin son did -- pattinson did forgive. after nearly six years of marriage, katie holmes filed for divorce against tom cruise. >> how katie holmes had everything so well prepared. >> reporter: although holmes' asked for full custody, the couple settled am mickcally on the divorce ending one of the most high profile celebrity marriages. >> the breaking news of whowft -- whitney houston's death. >> reporter: whitney houston died february 11ing in the a hotel bathtub, the night before the grammy awards. houston's death was pan accidental -- an accidental drowning with cocaine and drug use as contributing factors. reporting for cnn hollywood. >> disney buying lucas films, low on that list. we put together a list of the biggest web stories here of the year. you can check out the stories, everything from the question over ballot questions to the dangers of wearing skinny jeans. check out the featured stories fee complur. >>> we are going on ride with police. we take a look inside one local mall has customers hunt for post holiday deals. now a preview of what's ahead on w
i'm katie in for terry mcsweeney on this saturday morning. we will kick you off with a quick first look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning. you see plenty of clouds out there on the roof cam. the building is lit up and locking festive. we are looking at live doppler 7 hd, which is also indicating some lighter rain showers here over into the east bay. alameda, san leandro and oakland up through berkeley and west toward daly city. a few light showers in the city through the san ramon valley and dublin. also hayward and union city, down through castro valley, 280. redwood city. as you head further south from sunnyvale down through cupertino, some very light rain showers. this will be the order of the day. the on and off light rain showers. santa cruz mountains, los gatos. into the afternoon light rain to just dry skies until later on. and that's when the last very strong system comes our way with heavy rain, gusty winds and the potential for flooding. katie. >> thank you, lisa. >> flood warnings are in effect for sonoma county as the water l
on california's economy shows a recovery that continues to plod along. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with analysis. >> reporter: for the last several years when home prices have have been in the news it has been bad, but not this morning. home prices are up, surged more than 6% in one year the biggest jump in six years. median price up $18,000 to $178,000, and california is one of the top 10 states where prices are rising the fastest. new this morning, anderson economic forecast from ucla is out, says housing improvements will help the state and california will continue to grow, but not as much as it used to. the forecast says the new tax revenues ungovernor brown's prop 30, will slow -- under governor brown's prop 30 will slow economic growth but not derail recovery. the jobless rate in california should average 10.5% by the end of the year. it should improve to 9.7% in 2013 and fall further to 8.4 in 2014. one other note of good news, u.s. banks seeing best profits in six years and are therefore leaning more freely. katie marzullo, -- lending more freely. katie marzullo, abc7 news.
. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 6014, the katie sepich enhanced d.n.a. act of 2011 as amended. the clerk: h.r. 6014, a bill to authorize the attorney general to award grants for states who implement minimum and enhanced d.n.a. collection processes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, and the gentleman from north carolina -- and the gentleman from virginia, mr. scott, will each control 20 minutes. the chair now recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 6014 as amended, currently under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i thank the gentleman from california, mr. schiff, for sponsoring this commonsense, bipartisan legislation. h.r. 6014, the katie sepich enhanced d.n.a. collection a
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on the march. [ music ] >> bill: young singers taylor swift and kat katy perry under e by a radical feminist who said they are insipid. >>> definef the fiscal cliff for me. some imaginary cliff in my mind that we're going to jump off of. >> bill: jesse watt iers quizes folks about the fiscal cliff. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi. i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. secular forces on the march. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we have been reporting. some committed left wing americans have been emboldened by the reelection of president obama. you're seeing that now in the budget negotiations as the president and his side are not in any compromising mood. i saw it firsthand this week when i was down in washington. there is arrogance and con desen shun in many left wing precincts despieght thdespite the fact thn ambassador today susan rice is out in consideration for secretary of state. we'll have more on that coming up. the more intelligent secular progressives understand that now is theirsi time
over. nbc's katy tur is there, good evening. >>eporter: gd ening, t habeth, like they're still being ignored. that is why the emotions came to a head. last night more than a thousand people jammed this high school gym to get answers, what they got was a lot more frustration. >> there is a lot of confusion, but a lot of statements and misstatements are being made. >> reporter: officials from the city and fema had organized this town hall in the hopes of easing residents' mounting concerns. instead, they got an earful when the people lashed out. >> we never want to go through this trauma again. >> these people are frustrated, heavy-hearted. okay? lives were lost, my house, i can rebuild a house, my neighbor, he is dead. we need your help, sir. >> reporter: like nearly everyone else here, dee mcgrath is worn out and angry. >> i have dust and mold, where am i supposed to go? >> reporter: today, she was at home while spending another night in the cold. >> nobody can live like this, i mean, we are, because we have to. >> reporter: despite the nearly unhabitable conditions, she and her fami
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